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"Woodlawn" to Debut in Theaters Oct. 16
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What happens when football and faith come together in the most relevant, life-changing way possible? The answer to that question can be found in the upcoming feature film Woodlawn.

The Erwin Brothers (Moms' Night Out, October Baby) have partnered with Pure Flix (God's Not Dead, Do You Believe?) and Provident Films (Fireproof, Courageous) to present this incredible true story surrounding the spiritual awakening that captured Birmingham's Woodlawn High School football team in 1973.

Starring Jon Voight, Sean Astin, Nic Bishop, and newcomer Caleb Castille, Woodlawn demonstrates what can happen when God radically changes lives of those who trust in Him, bringing love and unity in the midst of division and resentment. With the racially-charged early 1970s as its backdrop, Woodlawn and its groundbreaking African-American superstar, Tony Nathan, experience an unprecedented time of revival and reconciliation that ultimately leads to the largest high-school game ever played in Birmingham, Alabama.

Check out this trailer for Woodlawn, and be sure to catch it in theaters beginning October 16!